Developmental Programmed Cell Death Pathway Bioinformatics
Programmed cell death is a process that can either be regulatory or as a result to an external stress on a system of the body. Apoptosis is a form of programmed cell death, which can be either a developmental process or a response from the human immune system. During apoptosis, the cell undergoes changes including chromosomal condensation, nuclear and chromosomal DNA fragmentation, and blebbing. Apoptosis occurs in high rates during fetal development in order to eliminate transitory organs and tissues as well as to sculpt out the correct shapes of various tissues, including removing skin cells between the fingers and toes as well as for the formation of the heart loops. An abnormal rate of developmental cell death can lead to a variety of diseases and disorders including developmental disorders, neurodegeneration, and cancer.
Developmental Programmed Cell Death Bioinformatics Tool
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